As a popular media broadcaster and conference speaker, Richard Bewes often faces tricky questions about the Christian faith. This book collects answers to the top 100 asked by people from all opinions and religious beliefs remixed for young people. These...
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As a popular media broadcaster and conference speaker, Richard Bewes often faces tricky questions about the Christian faith. This book collects answers to the top 100 asked by people from all opinions and religious beliefs remixed for young people. These are not 'pat' answers to make you feel smug and the questioner seem stupid they are the sort of thing you could use in a conversation - if only you had thought it out in time When you socialise with friends or course mates, living out the Christian faith in the 21st century naturally attracts questions. Here is some instant experience to stop you slapping your head and saying 'if only Id said that '. Top 100 Questions: Remix it's a great way to answer your mates' questions and help you explain why you are a Christian.
After twelve years of missionary work in the northeast province of what was the Belgian Congo building up a simple medical service civil war erupted with horrific effects. During the war Helen was brutally beaten and raped and left with no choice but to return to Britain this story is told in Give me this Mountain. She quickly returned to the Congo in 1966 to assist in the rebuilding of the nation. She helped establish a new medical school and hospital for the other hospitals that she built were destroyed and served there until 1973. In the eight years following the war despite endless frustrations again and again God showed his unfailing guidance and unstinted provision for her needs. This book is the story of the joys and adventures of reestablishing the medical work the church building programme and the work of forgiveness necessary after the destruction of the civil war.
Richard Bewes is a popular conference speak and media broadcaster. He was the Rector of All Souls Church in London for many years. He has written several books.
Ian Thompson is senior lecturer in Mathematics Education at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Observations of his own young children struggling to make sense of number operations and calculations provided the stimulus for his research into children's idiosyncratic mental and written calculation strategies which he began in 1986. He has written a substantial number of articles on this topic for academic and professional journals, and recently edited the book Teaching and Learning Early Number (1997). He was a member of the Advisory Group for the National Numeracy Project and was also a mem